Eight programmes with Denise Robertson.
3: Out of Order
Discussing aggression and control are social psychologist Dr Peter Marsh , Professor of Chemistry Derek Bryce-Smith , colonial administrator
Jock Beesley and former convicted armed robber
Producer Amanda Mares
Jenni Murray meets the novelist Erica Jong. New serial: Colette's
Bella-Vista, read in eight parts by Jane Lapotaire. Early one summer the famous French writer
Colette stayed at an inn in the South of France ... Abridged by Meg Clarke
Translated by Antonia White
Tom Stoppard Season: Professional Foul
Anderson is an English professor travelling to
Czechoslovakia to attend a conference on ethics.
His real reason for going, however, is to see a football international....
Sacha Stefan Ceba
Captain ..... George Pravda Crisp John Bull Broadbent Bill Monks Chamberlain
..................Manning Wilson Director Gordon House (R)
A BBC World Service production
Tony Palmer looks at a new reference book which lists Bryan Ferry under Kathleen Ferrier ; Dante's Inferno reaches the TV screens; and a Welsh theatre company has a futuristic new production.
Producer Julian May. Stereo
The Marx Brothers'
Lost Radio Shows
The classic comedy team are recreated in the first of six shady adventures. Groucho Marx/Waldorf T
Flywheel Michael Roberts
With the vocal talents of Lorelei King, Graham Hoadly. Original scripts by Nat Perrin and Arthur Sheekman
Adapted by Mark Brisenden Music David Firman
Producer Dirk Maggs. Stereo (R)
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